Part of the unofficial collection published in India. Only about a third of the text available. Princibly correspondence and some speeches from an old Red Guard pamphlet Topics: communism, China, Communist Party, maoism
The present status of the revolutionary movement in the U. S. based on documents seized by the authorities in the raid upon the convention of the Communist party at Bridgman, Mich., Aug. 22, 1922, together with descriptions of numerous connections and associations of the Communists among the Radicals, Progressives, and Pinks. Complete Book Topic: Communism -- United States. Communist Party of America
An expose of the Communist movement by the based on the documents seized at the Bridgman convention. Includes full reproductions or extensive extracts of many of the documents themselves. HX61 Topic: Communism -- United States. Communist Party of America
"Page from Party History" by Jay Lovestone Published by Workers Library Publishers, New York, n.d. [February 1929]. This pamphlet by General Secretary of the Communist Party, USA, Jay Lovestone, it a triumphalist factional shot at the minority opposition of William Z. Foster, Alexander Bittelman. This group formerly ruled the Communist Party during the middle 1920s, together with key allies James P. Cannon and Ludwig Lore. Party headquarters was moved from New York to Chicago by the... Topics: Communist Party USA, CPUSA, Workers (Communist) Party of America, Communist Party (Majority Group),...